Yoga Therapy International News

Interview with Penny Noble, C-IAYT


My name is Penny Noble. I have been an educator throughout my career and have a Masters in Education and a Graduate Certificate in TESOL. I started my yoga training in 1996, in Australia, but didn’t feel I knew enough to teach. I also had reservations about some of the asana teachings for my body ― not all poses seemed to work for me, and I drifted away from yoga. Years later, I embarked on practicing yoga with an emphasis on therapeutics, and this seemed to make more sense to me, for my body, in my stage of life.

What does it mean to you to now be C-IAYT?

I am excited that the course I completed and my grandparenting application has been recognized by a formal accrediting body.

Maggie Has Announced Fall Term Classes

Yoga Therapy International's fall term is 10 weeks, from September 24 to December 14.
No classes: Oct 3‐9th and Nov 9-14th

RELAX & ENERGIZE: Sundays 4pm to 6pm
In this class, you will experience a mix of standing, seated and supine/prone poses that focus on flexibility, strength & relaxation. Expect to have some energy to do your Sunday evening chores yet sleep deeply Sunday night!
RISE & SHINE: Tuesdays 10am to 12pm

Our Second CYT 1000 Graduating Class!

Interview with Robb Mills

Maggie is thrilled to announce her second set of CYT 1000 graduates, who have completed 1000 hours of study over 2 years. With the program accredited in 2014 by the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT), these grads are well on their way to becoming C-IAYTs -- IAYT Certified Yoga Therapists.

Robb Mills of Oregon is one these recent graduates, and he agreed to let us interview him about his experience with Yoga Therapy International. Robb and other grads will be applying for a C-IAYT designation from the IAYT after graduating.


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